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Democrat Can't Explain Why He Wants to Legislate Women Into Being Victims

AmyDB Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 12:57 PM
DSMike said... Religion aside there is no difference in genetics at birth or at contraception, therefore we are talking not of a substantial difference but rather one of form. ______________ Never said there was a difference in genetics Mike. But as an example...for some _LIFE_ begins at conception. For me _LIFE_ begins at successful implantation in the uterine wall. For some _LIFE_ begins at "quickening". For some _LIFE_ begins at the first independent heartbeat. For some _LIFE_ begins at viability. For some _LIFE_ doesn't begin until actual birth. This is not an easy question to answer
Joseph64 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 1:12 PM
"For some _LIFE_ doesn't begin until actual birth."

This is the weakest argument of all and the easiest to shoot down as the baby inside the womb a few minutes before birth is no different than the baby outside a few minutes after it is born.
AmyDB Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 12:58 PM
Since it's not an easy question to answer any answer given will not be the satisfactory one for the majority.
UltraMan Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 1:01 PM
I posted this to Mike, in response to his similar response that you're quoting from:

I don't agree with that argument. It's like saying, "When does life begin?"

The answer to the question I posed is, tell me when life ended. So far as I know, life began at one point, and has never stopped. No matter what you believe, evolution or creationism, life is a continuous string. Even when God wanted to start over, he didn't totally destroy all life, he had Noah build an ark.

The point of me using 6 weeks is that by then, the baby (fetus) is now firmly attached and growing. Other than rape or medical need, is it any better to kill inside the womb than outside?
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 1:01 PM
In this question, the ONLY answer that counts is the one given by God.

Those that are conflicted over the life of a child will stand before Him and receive His judgement.

Last night in Northern Virginia, Democratic Rep. Jim Moran held a public "conversation about gun violence." Moran respesents Virginia's 8th congressional district. Celia Bigelow, the former campus action director for American Majority Action, asked Moran why he felt it was appropriate to legislate women into being victims. Bigelow specifically referred to the story of Amanda Collins who said she was "legislated into being a victim" by university bureaucrats. Collins was raped on campus in a gun free zone at gun point. At the time of the attack, Collins was in possession of her concealed carry permit, but not her...